|Name:||Dr. STONE (stylised), Dr. Stone|
|Creator:||Riichirō Inagaki (writer), Boichi (pen-name; real name: Mu-jik Park)|
|Date(s):||March 6, 2017 – present (manga), July 5, 2019 – present (anime), October 28, 2019 – December 23, 2019 (Dr. Stone Reboot: Byakuya)|
|Country of Origin:||Japan|
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Dr. Stone (stylised as Dr. STONE) is a shounen manga series written by Inagaki Riichirō (often called both by fans and Boichi “Inagaki-sensei”[note 1]) and illustrated by Boichi (real name: Mu-jik Park.) It has been serialised in Shounen Jump and adapted into an anime; as of now, it has two seasons of animation by TMS Entertainment with a sequal one announced.
- International Space Station Crew
- Byakuya Ishigami – Senkuu’s father and creator of the 100 Tales passed down (orally) by priestesses(/village chiefs’ wives) of the Petrification Kingdom and the Ishigami Village.
- Lilian Weinberg
- Connie Lee
- Shamil Volkov
- Darya Nikitina
- Yakov Nikitin
- Kingdom of Science
- Senkuu Ishigami – the main protagonist of Dr. Stone, who through winning the Village Games becomes the chief of the Ishigami Village. The de-facto ruler of the Kingdom of Science, and a member of the Five Wise Generals.
- Taiju Ooki
- Yuzuriha Ogawa
- Ryusui Nanami
- Tsukasa Empire – after the KoS (Kingdom of Science) won the Stone Wars, it was absorbed by it.
- Tsukasa Shishio
- Gen Asagiri
- Homura Momiji
- Ukyo Saonji
- Nikki Hamada
- Yo Uei
- Minami Hokutozai
- American Colony
- Dr. Xeno
- Stanley Snyder
- Dr. Brody
- Ishigami Village
- Petrification Kingdom
- Minister Ibara
- Unnamed Head of the Petrification Kingdom
List of Ships
Awards & Rankings
Links, Resources, and Notes
- the official S3 announcement trailer (with English subtitles)
- Wikipedia's article about Dr. STONE
- Dr. STONE fanwiki's "List of Characters" article
- Instance of Boichi referring to Inagaki as Inagaki-sensei, Instance of a fan reffering to Inagaki like that. The reason for calling Inagaki that is being respectful; at least in Japanese fandom, it is common courtesy to use the suffix -sensei with a mangaka's name. Non-Japanese and Western fandom has picked this up.